@kosmonaut said in DuckDuckGo Mystery:
No, JS is enabled.
Whoops that's not true. JS was enabled for html.duckduckgo.com/html but for DuckDuckGo.com it was blocked! Clearing that solved the problem. Thank you again!
Thanks so much Gwen-Dragon - after much messing around with the 'user-switching Agent' extension yesterday - this was the issue - Great work on solving the problem - much appreciated - have as good a Christmas as you can - and let's all hope for a better 2021
@cjrking53 Currently without SSL or with StartTLS not supported.
Thank you for reaching out and sorry for the trouble.
May be this issue is a bug.
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carefully and report the bug to Vivaldi bugtracker.
Again thank you for using Vivaldi.
@Gwen-Dragon Thanks for the tip.
I was using outdated information from a text file. When I checked my accounts in Opera, it was using IMAP, with ports 993 and 587. Now it works, but the port has changed to 465.
After much searching I found the culprit. For some reason the cookies settings were set to "session only". I have no memory of changing it but it happened at the same time as I upgraded my system to Big Sur so it never occured to me that a setting would have changed in vivaldi. Anywho.. if anyone else has this irritating problem, this is the settings.. Screenshot 2020-12-03 at 11.04.43.png
@Gwen-Dragon No surprise there, but Vivaldi needs better cookie management anyway. Even if this doesn’t affect Vivaldi, the system is already broken as is. Database storage, filesystem storage and service workers aren’t deleted when quitting Vivaldi, no matter what you set. It has to be handled manually by visiting chrome settings. It’s stupid.